SHE launches its Research Program 2024-2030

It’s here, it’s short, it’s what you need to know about our research! The SHE Research Program 2024-2030 is now accessible. Aligned with SHE’s vision and mission, and building on our robust history of world-leading research in health professions education, we embarked on a collaborative process to construct our forthcoming Research Program.

The outcome is a succinct description of what we consider to be the main aims for the future of health professions education. In pursuit of these objectives, our focus lies in integrating scientific insights from diverse research themes and disciplines. You'll easily remember our three aims, forming the memorable acronym H-P-E:

  • Healthcare environments that foster learning
  • Professionals that are sustainably competent
  • Education that is designed for context

For more information, see here 

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